Visitors amazed with Hope’s level of service

Guests enjoyed how friendly and professional everyone was in town

We hosted our wedding in Hope three weeks ago, with over 70 out of town guests from Vancouver, all over the province, Alberta and Montreal. We had rooms booked at the Travelodge, Heritage Inn,  Alpine Motel and three bed and breakfasts… Evergreen, High Hopes and Glenaire.

Every guest was amazed with the quality and level of service and friendliness.

Many people went to the Othello Tunnels, golfed and visited the restaurants in town. We heard over and over again how much they enjoyed the area and how friendly and professional everyone was.

The wedding was held at  Hope Golf Club and we were so happy with the service and food… Kerry, Claudette and their staff were so helpful and accommodating. Sonia and Graeme from the Owl Street Café catered brunch at our house the next day, and again, everyone was amazed and impressed by the quality of the food. Also, Erica Press was amazing in helping with all our printing.

I have only lived in Hope for three years, but was so proud of our little town and hope that more people will discover what we have to offer.

Debra (Currie) Jenneson,

Hope

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